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laws and the president signed them and so on. then by about march or april of the election year things started to get pretty partisan and for the remainder of the year it was hard to get things done that weren't pretty non-partisan because both sides were trying to hold the other in a political way to some kind of disadvantage. we've now taken that to almost beginning the week after the election for a total period of two years. so both parties are trying to set the other party up to make political mistakes and be criticized politically. media plays along with it because it makes good news. i don't know what the answer to that is he but i think that's part of the reason why it's been much more difficult for congress to get things accomplished. >> do you remember good old days? >> i'll give you two good old days, 2007, 2008 because i disagree with this. tell the voters if you don't like these people, why did you vote for them? this effort to analyze this out of the context of the democracy, in part i agree with john. the way our media is configured the most activist elements on the left
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